Pro Imaging CONNECT, the executive conference for the photo/imaging industry, has postponed its 2020 conference to April/May, 2021, at the Horseshoe Bay Resort in Austin, Texas.
“Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we were forced to postpone Pro Imaging CONNECT and Pro Imaging Golf until spring of 2021,” says Toren Prawdzik, conference organizer, and president, Photo EVO. “Following discussions with the Horseshoe Bay Resort and sponsors, we will announce dates in the spring. A survey of sponsors and attendees showed a strong preference for the spring dates, as well. Both Pro Imaging CONNECT and Pro Imaging Golf will again take place at the beautiful Horseshoe Bay Resort.”
The revised Pro Imaging CONNECT educational program will be announced soon, as speakers are confirmed.
About Pro Imaging CONNECT
Pro Imaging CONNECT kicks off with two days of executive-level education, while Pro Imaging Golf follows with two days of networking and the famous scramble golf tournament.
The Pro Imaging CONNECT program is programmed by Gary Pageau, editor of the Dead Pixels Society, the photo/imaging networking group and news site.
For more information, visit www.proimagingconnect.com
About Pro Imaging Expo
Pro Imaging Expo features networking, education and golf events for the imaging industry.
Pro Imaging Golf, with more than 30 years in existence and now partnered with SGIA, hosts more than 144 industry attendees for three days of fun-filled activities including golf, parties, networking events, and educational events.
Pro Imaging, in conjunction with SGIA, hosts a networking event at PRINTING United in October. This event is open to all in the industry.
Pro Imaging Expo’s newest event, Pro Imaging CONNECT, is aimed at education and networking for individuals in the pro lab, vertically integrated school/sports photography, and retail photography business.
More at www.proimagingexpo.com
About the Dead Pixels Society
The Dead Pixels Society, formed in 2009, is dedicated to provide news and information to the businesses in the photo imaging/industry. The group continues to meet clandestinely at industry events and conferences, identified by their stylish lapel pins.
More at www.thedeadpixelssociety.com